East Anglia Restaurants

In summer the coast gets so packed with people that reservations are essential at restaurants. Getting something to eat at other than regular mealtime hours isn’t always possible in small towns; head to cafés if you want a midmorning or after-lunch snack. Look for area specialties, such as crab, lobster, duckling, Norfolk black turkey, hare, and partridge, on menus around the region. In Norwich there's no escaping the hot, bright-yellow Colman's mustard, which is perfect smeared gingerly on some sausage and mash.

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  • 1. Adam and Eve

    $ | British

    Reputedly one of Norwich's oldest pubs, and one of the oldest in the country as a whole, this place dates back to at least 1249. From noon until...Read More

  • 2. Britons Arms

    $ | British

    A converted pub, this cozy, thatched café and restaurant has famously good homemade cakes as well as pies and tarts. The building, which dates...Read More

  • 3. Waffle House

    $ | Belgian

    This is the perfect antidote to all those meat-heavy English breakfasts—waffles, waffles, and more waffles on an imaginative menu. Breakfast...Read More

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